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Transformers: Dark Of The Moon (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

We continue this Thanksgiving weekend journey through autobot Earth history with Transformers: Dark of the Moon.  This third film completes the Sam Witwicky trilogy Shia exits after this one.  When the film came out it was noted as being a noticeable improvement over the first film. And oddly, its one of the first films I […]

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‘Ride Along 2’ Features A Limp Trek To Miami (Movie Review)

2014’s Ride Along was a forgettable action-comedy thriving on the chemistry of a clichéd mismatched partnership. It came out in January and while many may have just written it off, the film was a huge success. I wouldn’t go out of my way to recommend it, but it was fine for a lazy comedy to […]

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‘The DUFF’ Happens This May on Blu-ray

Breaking down barriers and erasing labels, the smart, honest, hilarious comedy The DUFF arrives on Digital HD on May 26th and will follow on Blu-ray™ Combo Pack (plus DVD and Digital HD), DVD (plus Digital) and On Demand on June 9th from Lionsgate Home Entertainment and CBS Films. Based on the best-selling book by Kody Keplinger, The […]

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School’s Out Forever… COMMUNITY: THE COMPLETE FIFTH (and final?) SEASON arrives on DVD August 5th

Community has essentially been a cult favorite TV series that happened to have been in a primetime television slot for the past few years and it looks like it has now finally come to an end, assuming their is no Veronica Mars-style Kickstarter campaign or something similar to bring it back.  That said, the show […]

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Turbo (Blu-ray Review)

The Indianapolis 500 hasn’t had a film with it as the subject in over 40 years.  The last time was the Paul Newman film Winning.  And even that one was the first film about the Indy 500 in 15 years.  Its one of the biggest events in the world and racing creates a whole lot […]

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The Hangover: Part III (Blu-ray Review)

Let’s see…where did we last leave off with the Wolf Pack?  Oh yeah!  SECOND FILM SPOILER ALERT!  When we last saw them, Alan (Zach Galifianakis) had just surprised Dr. Stu (Ed Helms), I mean the dentist, with Mike Tyson at his Thailand wedding (read all about the good times here and here if you need […]

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Pain & Gain (Blu-ray Review)

Pain & Gain is another one of those films in 2013 where try as I might, I just never made it to in the theater and therefore I have been waiting ever since its April theatrical release to check it out on the Blu-ray format.  Obviously, that day has finally come!  Hooray!  Thank you Paramount!  […]

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The Hangover Part III Ends On Blu-ray This October

Well I’m not sure what else to say except IT ALL ENDS HERE.  Finally I guess.  The Hangover Part III arrives onto Blu-ray Combo Pack, 2-Disc DVD Special Edition and Digital Download on October 8th from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment.  The Blu-ray Combo Pack and 2-disc DVD Special Edition includes exclusive behind-the-scenes content and outrageous interviews […]

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‘Turbo’ Allows Us To Watch A Speedy Escargot (Movie Review)

Turbo presents the idea of a snail racing in the Indy 500.  There are reasons why this happens and the fact that the film is animated and intended for children allows for an obvious amount of suspension of disbelief, but let me reiterate that this is a film that presents the idea of a Snail […]

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Despicable Me 2: Attack Of The Minions (Movie Review)

It would appear that the Despicable Me films are not for me.  Despite having a love for animated films, wacky humor, and films that have original songs and themes by Pharrell Williams, I remained unattached to what should be entertaining me quite easily.  The concept of pulling a reverse-Incredibles and having us follow a reformed […]

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Marky Mark and The Rock Bring The ‘Pain & Gain’ to Blu-ray!

Try as I might, I just couldn’t find the time to make it to the theater this year to catch Michael Bay’s vacation from the Transformers franchise, Pain & Gain.  I wanted to, but lady luck was never on my side unfortunately.  However, I don’t let things like this get me down.  After all, our […]

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‘Hangover 3’: The Legend Of Chow’s Gold (Movie Review)

The Hangover franchise is one of the best examples of diminishing returns.  The first film in the series was a big success and generally well liked.  Part II presented the same story in a different location, but had enough goodwill to make it a success anyway.  Time has not been kind to Part II, as […]

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Different’s Not Always Good: The Hangover Part III (Movie Review)

Let’s see…where did we last leave off?  Oh yeah!  When we last saw the Wolf Pack, Alan (Zach Galifianakis) had just surprised Dr. Stu (Ed Helms), I mean the dentist, with Mike Tyson at his Thailand wedding (read all about the good times here and here if you need a quick refresher).  Now I don’t […]

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‘Pain & Gain’ Is A True Story Of Bodybuilding Kidnappers Filmed Bay-Style (Movie Review)

Pain & Gain is what it looks like when Michael Bay decides he wants to make a little movie, as opposed to another action epic.  The director known for making bombastic action blockbusters has taken a step back to make a smaller film based on a true story, but it does not mean he put […]

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The Hangover Part II (Blu-ray Review)

Unbeknown to anyone else beside myself, at the beginning of the year I decided there were a total of three movies I was really looking forward to in 2011.  The first, not a critic’s choice by any means, is the Independence Day sequel (joking), Battle: Los Angeles.  Unlike the majority of critics, I was able to […]

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Transformers: Dark of the Moon (Blu-ray Review)

Summer 2011 came and went like a thief in the night.  It is the Fall season (at least it’s approaching the Fall season), and one of Summer 2011’s flagship films is here on the Blu-ray format!  That film is Transformers: Dark of the Moon.  If you’re  a a fan of the first two films, then […]

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Summer Officially Begins with Transformers: Dark of the Moon

Clear the theater, the heavyweight champ has arrived!  Transformers: Dark of the Moon returns just in time to remind us just what a Hollywood Blockbuster looks like after a summer of mediocrity.  Transformers: DOTM arrives in a tour de force, staying true to its cheesy comic relief, PG-13 language and sensuality, but delivering on action, […]

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Hangover 2: The Wolf Pack Strikes Back

Unbeknown to anyone else besides myself, at the beginning of the year I decided there were a total of three movies I was really looking forward to in 2011.  The first, not a critics choice by any means, has already came and went.   Of course, I’m talking about the Independence Day sequel (joking),  Battle: Los […]

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